System Description: The GE NextGen LOGIQ e is a portable, high-performance digital laptop imaging system. Standard package includes LOGIQ e Needle Recognition Software Option which helps provide a precise and accurate display of the needle, anatomy, and motion even in Color and Power Doppler. This feature harnesses pattern recognition technology that recognizes and accurately reveals the structure of a needle within the anatomy, without distortion of the needle and compromising the target. Also includes the ability to adjust needle gain and angle.
Standard package includes: AC power cord (USA) Internet cord 3 meters in length (CAT-5 type) PC to HUB structure System software on USB Optional Function Key Label Ultrasound Transmission Gel .25L English Basic Service Manual CD and English User Guide and AIUM booklet.
Performing a Shoulder Examination on a Patient Using the GE Nextgen Logiq E Ultrasound
The following scanning modes are included: B-mode M-mode Anatomical M-mode Color Flow Mode Power Doppler Imaging Pulsed-wave Doppler Ophthalmic
GE NextGen LOGIQ e Ultrasound Machine Configured with Optional Cart and Transducers
GE NextGen LOGIQ e Portable Laptop Style Ultrasound Machine (Front View)
Options: Auto IMT DICOM 3.0 ECG Module Flow Quantitative Analysis Stress Echo Tissue Velocity Imaging (TVI) with Q-Analysis
GE NextGen LOGIQ e Ultrasound Machine for Guided Injections
Accessories: Black and white printer Color printer DVD-RW Foot Switch with programmable functionality Mobile Cart Needle-Guided Brackets
GE NextGen LOGIQ e L4-12t Ultrasound Transducer with Programmable Buttons
A notable feature is a linear probe that has 4 user-programable buttons on the probe, virtually eliminating the need for a second technician. Most applicable for needle-guidance, the new L4-12t transducer has 2 buttons on the front and 2 buttons on the side of the probe. These user-configurable buttons can be set to perform a wide variety of functions on the probe instead of using a footswitch or making adjustments to the system. These functions include settings such as freeze, print, save, depth, gain, change imaging mode, and more. This allows for a drastically more efficient workflow in the point-of-care environment where a physician typically performs the scan.